>Are the new rainmakers any good? How hard are they to clean, field
>strip, and how durable/reliable are they? How do they stand up
>compared to a typhoon?
I've received one for review, but haven't had the chance to really a full
picture yet. So far, I can answer this much:
1) Very easy to strip and clean - the upper top pulls off easily with no
tools and the bolt lifts out. You need the 'gun gassed up to do this. The
only problem is that the peg that holds the bolt is in the way of the
breech and will make it difficult to use a pull through squeeie.
2) It actually seems pretty sturdily built. The only shaky bit is the fact
that the electrically operated 3-way valve at the front of the 'gun is
zip-tied to the ram. That's just strange. I'm looking for a better way to
hold it in place.
3) It really hasn't been out long enough for any long-term reports.